Why should this foundation be philamplified?
Hewlett was very top-down under its former leadership and thought that good ideas and policy proposals would be enough to create change, without understanding the need for grassroots organizing and transformative leadership. I'd like to know if that is changing under new leadership. -- Guest
According to its website, Hewlett’s “programs have ambitious goals that include: helping to reduce global poverty, limiting the risk of climate change, improving education for students in California and elsewhere, improving reproductive health and rights worldwide, supporting vibrant performing arts in our community, advancing the field of philanthropy, and supporting disadvantaged communities in the San Francisco Bay Area.”